books, sixth form

Studying English Literature at A-Level

Hi! So, basically, I got this idea from the wonderfully amazing BookTuber/book blogger LucyTheReader, who recently made a video on her experiences with studying English Literature at A-Level, the set texts that she's studying and how she's getting on with them all. I guess this is kind of a response to that, in a way. I… Continue reading Studying English Literature at A-Level

books, tag

One Year – Fifty Bookish Questions Tag

As of today, I have had this blog for exactly one year. I don't really know what to do to celebrate this occasion, so I kind of went for an Easy Option, the kind of 'are you stuck do this' tactic. A tag! I have actually been tagged in a tag, but that one is… Continue reading One Year – Fifty Bookish Questions Tag

books, Reviews

YA Book Prize 2017: Beautiful Broken Things

Beautiful Broken Things by Sara Barnard Beautiful Broken Things by Sara Barnard My rating: 4 of 5 stars ooooooooh this is #relatable View all my reviews First things first - this book perfectly describes female friendships and relationships. I related to the characters in this book so well, it really added to my overall enjoyment of the… Continue reading YA Book Prize 2017: Beautiful Broken Things

books, Reviews, Uncategorized

The Reviewing Reel: Funny Girl

Funny Girl by Nick Hornby Before I get into the actual review, I'm sorry I've been AWOL for so long! The bug of college/revision/looking for a job got to me, and this has been on the back burner. However, I have read quite a few books in the past few weeks, and Funny Girl was one of… Continue reading The Reviewing Reel: Funny Girl